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May 09, 1969 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-05-09

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Friday, May 9, 1969-3
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Congressmen
Back Direct
M.E. Talks

WASHINGTON (JTA)—A decla-
ration calling for direct Arab-Israel

peace negotiations, urging Arab
governments to end terrorism and
deploring one-sided United Nations
condemnations of Israel has been
signed by a majority of the House
and Senate.
Signatures of the declaration of
sentiment have been given by 59
Senators and 229 Representatives,
and names were still coming in.
The signatories include eight of the
15 members of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee and 22 out of
the 38 members of the House For-
eign Affairs Committee.
The signatries include House
Speaker John W. McCormack,
Massachusetts Democrat; House
floor leader Carl W. Albert, Okla- '
bona Democrat; House Republi-
can Minority Leader Gerald Ford
of Michigan; Senate Democratic
Whip Edward M. Kennedy of
Massachusetts; and Republican
Whip Hugh Scott of Pennsylva-
nia.
The chairman of the House For-
eign Affairs Committee, Thomas E.
Morgan, Pennsylvania Democrat
who heads the Senate's counterpart
unit, did not sign. Nor did Sen. Eu-
gene McCarthy, Minnesota Demo-
crat. The measure was circulated
by Sen. Scott; Sen. Abraham Ribi
coif, Connecticut Democrat; and
Rep. Emanuel Celler, New York
Democrat, dean of the House.
Parts of the declaration will soon
appear as an advertisement, spon-
sored by the American-Israel Pub-
lice Affairs Committee, in major
metropolitan newspapers across
the country.

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